Toyota UKvehicle identification

S Jun 12, 2019
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Steve McCartney
59 Lorne gardens DATED 10.6.19
London
E112bz
England
My email steve.[protected]@virgin.net [protected]@toyota.com.au

I've just imported from Australia to the UK a fully restored fj45 pick up
I have all the import papers nover etc into the UK
but in Australia thy don't have registration documents and when i spoke to DVLA to register it they say without written proof from Toyota they will not consider it
when I spoke to Toyota UK, they were very help full buy could not identifier it by the short chassis number which is as stamped on the plate under the hood FJ45-227539
with engine number 2F371046
can you help me or point me in the right direction as I'm now stuck?
thanks
this is a copy of what Toyotas UK said to me in red
Toyota Customer Relations ref: CASE1144737
Good afternoon,
Thank you for your email.
Unfortunately, we do not have access to the build date for your vehicle, therefore, we will be unable to provide you with a vehicle dating letter.
If you have any further information, please feel free to get in touch.
Kind regards
Olivia Lewis
Certificate of Conformity Co-Ordinator
First Line Customer Support
Toyota (GB) PLC

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